Patience is required for deer researchers

This doe wearing a radio collar supplies much-needed information about winter survival rates, herd movements and other data to biologists who monitor her activity on a regular basis year-round.



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This doe wearing a radio collar supplies much-needed information about winter survival rates, herd movements and other data to biologists who monitor her activity on a regular basis year-round.

One of the several challenges in doing mule deer research, or any wildlife research, is that results aren’t available right away. Sometimes it takes months or years to see any response…




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